Trinseo announced a restructuring of its Executive Leadership Team (ELT) to accelerate the company’s continued transformation as a provider of sustainable, highly engineered, specialty materials and solutions. The restructuring will include the departure of three members of the ELT and a corresponding reassignment of responsibilities for three existing members.

Francesca Reverberi, currently senior vice president, chief sustainability officer, will take on added responsibilities as head of Engineered Materials, a position she has held previously in the organization. Bregje (“Bee”) Roseboom-Van Kessel, previously senior vice president, Plastic Solutions, will assume leadership of the combined Plastics Solutions and Polystyrene & Feedstocks business. James Ni, currently senior vice president, Latex Binders, will assume ownership of marketing and commercial responsibilities across Trinseo. Combined, these three individuals bring almost six decades of functional leadership experience and industry knowledge to the organization.

“Like so many in the chemicals industry, we continue to face unprecedented macroeconomic challenges, but we remain intensely focused on doing what we believe is necessary to help us continue our transformation journey so that we emerge even stronger when this unusual cycle ends. Irrespective of the current environment, these changes are absolutely aligned with our company’s mission to strategically reinvent our organization and the products we provide our customers through bold, breakthrough innovation,” said Frank Bozich, CEO. “Given their depth of knowledge and experience, with Francesca, ‘Bee’ and James, we are in an excellent position to realize this mission and I have every confidence in their leadership.” 

André Lanning, who previously held the position of chief commercial officer, will be leaving the organization to pursue other opportunities, as will Nicolas Joly, SVP, Polystyrene & Feedstocks and Jean-Luc Béal who held the position of SVP, Engineered Materials. After a short transition period, these changes will be effective August 1, 2023.

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